Work has begun on Penrith’s new NSW Ambulance superstation, with NSW Premier Mike Baird and Health Minister Jillian Skinner turning the first sod on construction.
Sydney’s ambulance services will be boosted by a NSW Government investment in four more metropolitan superstations and 27 extra paramedic specialists.
Health Minister Jillian Skinner and Penrith MP Stuart Ayres today welcomed news that major works will soon begin on Penrith’s new NSW Ambulance superstation, with planning approval granted for the High Street site.
NSW Ambulance Chief Executive, Commissioner Dominic Morgan and local paramedics today dropped by Kogarah’s new NSW Ambulance Superstation to inspect the main works construction.
Construction works are progressing on Liverpool’s new NSW Ambulance Superstation. When completed in 2017, it will be one of the biggest ambulance stations by vehicle capacity in the Southern Hemisphere.
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Work is underway on Blacktown’s new Ambulance Superstation to provide paramedics with an enhanced multi-million dollar facility to meet the emergency medical needs of Western Sydney communities now and into the future.
Health Minister Jillian Skinner today visited the site of Liverpool's new super ambulance station to inspect clearing works which will make way for construction of the facility.
Health Minister Jillian Skinner today said the site of Bankstown's new super ambulance station is about to be cleared to allow for the start of construction.
Demolition has begun on buildings and houses at Rocky Point Road Kogarah to make way for the first major ambulance station build in metropolitan Sydney for almost 20 years.
Health Minister Jillian Skinner today announced $24.5 million to start construction of five new super ambulance stations in greater metropolitan Sydney.